Next England match is in Nizhny Novgorod which will be quite interesting because I've been there, I took a dozen or so Rover engines to the GAZ car assembly plant, where Volga cars are built, in around 1996. They were experimenting with different power plants, Volga cars having fairly primitive engines at the time.
It's always fascinating to see places I've been to on TV in a different context. Sadly I never got to Volgagrad which I would have liked to have seen although I have been to Krasnodar, where some of the games are being played, which is only a hundred or so miles away.
I find the rover V8 engines very primitive as well!! In fact I would go as far as downright crap would be a better description
Lost in wonder at the world and often wondering how I got there
Of course they are primitive, they have been around since the 60's. To call them crap is just sheer ignorance of the engine. Reliable, adaptable and a brilliant engine for power tuning. Nothing like today's electronic wizardry, but at least a competent person could fix it when it stopped. Having owned many of them in various guises, I never once had one break down.